Precision Machining

Precision Machining students learn how to use bench and surface grinders, metal cutting saws, vertical milling machines, CNC machines, lathes, welding equipment, and more.

The program teaches students blueprint reading, quality control, standard operating procedures, employee relations, and safety. Students also explore welding and metal fabrication. The curriculum is based on standards established by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) and the American Welding Society.


Certification Available

National Institute for Metalworking Skills

Job Planning, Benchwork, Layout

Measurement Materials Safety


Integrated Credit Available

Math


Dual Enrollment Credit Available

Central Maine Community College

PMT 111: Intro to Lathes, 2 credits

PMT 116: Intro to Milling, 2 credits


Instructor

Andrew (Andy) Morris

873-0102, ext. 274

morris@mmtc.me

amorris@aos92.org